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Jail on multiple charges to include three charges of assault on a police officer, domestic assault, malicious wounding, being drunk in public, disorderly conduct, obstruction of justice, resisting arrest and illegal possession of a controlled substance, according to a statement from the Virginia State Police. At about 12:35 p.m., Monday Trooper B.S. Davis was traveling on Old Airport Road when he pulled up to the intersection at Interstate 81’s Exit 7. Trooper Davis looked over at the off-ramp from I-81 north to see a shirtless, male subject jump out from the passenger side of a Ford utility van stopped at the light, according to the statement. The male subject – later identified as Asher – was armed with a wooden stick, about the size and width of a baseball bat, and began using it to beat an 18-year-old male panhandler standing on the side of the exit ramp at the intersection. It took Trooper Davis and several other troopers to take Asher into custody as he was extremely combative and refused to cooperate with the troopers’ commands, according to the statement. The domestic violence charge was placed because Asher assaulted the woman driving the Ford van. She refused to be transported for treatment of her non-life threatening injuries. The man who was attacked also refused treatment of his non-life threatening injuries. Virginia State Police Sgt.acupuncture Clifton Bristol

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